The annual Fawkner Festival has changed from being a one day event to more low key but varied activities and events spread over 5 days at various locations around Fawkner including the Bonwick Street and Major Road shopping precincts, the Fawkner Library and the new skatepark. Events start on Wednesday 2 November and finish on Sunday 6th November.
Come and meet us at Bonwick Street on Saturday or come along to our presentation of the film Economics of Happiness on Saturday evening.
Saturday November 5 Bonwick street 11am – 2pm
Join Sustainaible Fawkner, Zero Carbon Moreland and many other groups and activities in Bonwick Street shopping precinct on Saturday 5th Novemmber 11am – 2pm.
Includes Circus Spot playground, Kerbside Keve and Madame Russlyn Bagg, The Biscuit Readings, Team Taekwondo, Surprise Installations by the Anti Racism Action Band (A.R.A.B.), FREE Face Painting, Bicycle Decorating Workshop, Chalk Art, Keeping the Beat inclusive percussion session, and music from Moreland City Band.
Bring along spare fruit and veggies from your garden to share at the Sustainable Fawkner food swap, sustainable mini market and gardening activities.
Saturday November 5 at 7 pm: Film screening
The Economics of Happiness
Join Sustainable Fawkner in watching this film. Watch the movie trailer.
Location: Fawkner Community House, 77-79 Jukes Road, Fawkner (Melway ref: 17 J1)
Cost: Gold coin donation. Bookings essential.
Bookings: 9357 4631 or email@example.com
Enjoy the film screening followed by a short discussion and supper.
Other interesting events include:
When: Saturday 5 November 10 am – 1 pm
Location: Bababi Djinanang (Jukes Road Grassland Reserve), eastern end of Jukes Road, Merri Creek Parklands (Melway ref: 18 A2)
Free sausage sizzle and guided walks through the Wildflower Grassland. The ‘Volcano Dreaming’, a spectacular environmental panorama combining 3000 photos of grassland flora and fauna will be on display.
Presented by Merri Creek Management Committee and Moreland City Council
See the full program at Fawkner Festa at Moreland City Council. You can also download the program in PDF format from the council website.